|Title:||Medic!: The story of a Conscientious Objector in the Vietnam War|
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|Publisher:||iUniverse (November 25, 2002)|
This book was so much more than a story about a conscientious objector. He typified the "every man", while telling a very rare story - one of t This book will always hold a special place with me. I especially loved the ending and what it really means to write a memoir of Vietnam. This quote from the graphic novel Watchmen is very applicable: As I come to understand Vietnam and what it implies about the human condition, I also realize that few humans will permit themselves such an understanding. This book was so much more than a story about a conscientious objector.
1. Interview - Ben Sherman - Medic! The Story of a Conscientious Objector in the Vietnam War. Published: 11 years ago. Duration: 37:37 Download. Bellingham, MA resident Bill Vicini joined the Air Force in 1964 and served in Vietnam in the Field Maintenance Squadron with the. 16. Griffin Vietnam War veteran Natick Veterans Oral History Project.
2. You may apply for Conscientious Objector status by filling out a Form 150 (enclosed) and sending it to your Selective Service Board. 3. By reading, you can see that you are required to write an essay about your reasons, the religious nature of your beliefs, the development of those beliefs since early childhood, and any public or private expressions of your pacifism. The cover of the book is pure crap. But it is nothing like the cover leads you to think.
An amazing book with an ending that made my jaw drop. A vivid glimpse into the experience of a human mind in the Vietnam War. -Andrew Wakeling, 18 I'd like to see this read in high school history classes covering the Vietnam War period, read by young men AND young women. Ginny Wakeling, his Mom I don’t usually read books outside school, but I couldn’t put this one down. My dad and I need to talk. Ryan Forest, 19 This guy got it right. I was a medic too. Yes, my son and I need to have the talk I’ve been avoiding for thirty years
The Story of a Conscientious Objector in the Vietnam War. by Ben Sherman. Select Format: Hardcover. In 1968, Ben Sherman objected to serving as a soldier in Vietnam, but chose to become a medic. ISBN13:9780595651627. Release Date:January 2002.
The Story of a Conscientious Objector in the Vietnam War. Category: 1950 – Present Military History.
In August 1968, Ben Sherman- then an eighteen year old college sophomore - was drafted, yet another Midwestern boy called to serve his country in the rice paddies of Vietnam. After his attempt at conscientious objector status was refused by the draft board, Sherman distinguished himself almost immediately upon entering the military: he refused to fire a weapon. Instead, he told his superior officers that he was willing to serve in any capacity that would not require him to carry a gun. Within a few short weeks he found himself in swamps of Vietnam, working as a combat medic
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